Electron-microscopic identification of Marchi-positive bodies and argyrophilic granules in the spinal cord white matter of the guinea pig.

@article{Hildebrand1976ElectronmicroscopicIO,
  title={Electron-microscopic identification of Marchi-positive bodies and argyrophilic granules in the spinal cord white matter of the guinea pig.},
  author={Claes Hildebrand and H{\aa}kan Aldskogius},
  journal={The Journal of comparative neurology},
  year={1976},
  volume={170 2},
  pages={191-203}
}
Sections from spinal cord white matter of normal and rhizotomized guinea pigs fixed by glutaraldehyde perfusion were stained with Marchi fluid or according to a suppressive silver technique. With the aid of the section-embedding method thin sections, cut from light-microscopically identified areas containing Marchi-positive bodies or argyrophilic granules, were examined in the electron microscope. The results show that the Marchi-positive bodies and argyrophilic granules, which are present in… CONTINUE READING

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